I had the 24-90 SL lens hood on the lens and pressed it up against the
window which usually gets rid of reflections and weird window stuff. It
worked fine in Norway but didn't work on the Swedish trains for some
reason. I'm thinking they must have had a polarizing film between the
layers of glass. What kind of lens hood do you use?
On Wed, Mar 14, 2018 at 5:11 PM, John Hudson <OM4T@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Circular screw-on or clamp-on lens hood not designed for the camera lens
> being used for the image in question. I have experienced the exact same
> vignetting myself.
> On 2018-03-14 7:39 PM, Tina Manley wrote:
>> I'm running into a problem with some of the photos that I took from
>> train windows in Sweden. I didn't notice it so much in Norway and I'm not
>> sure why it would be different in Sweden, but most of the photos taken
>> through the train window show a lot of vignetting:
>> I can get only around it by cropping a lot. Any lightening that I try to
>> do just makes it look uneven. It is not dependent on the camera or lens.
>> I get the same thing with the M240 and 35/2.
>> Any ideas?
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